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Table 4

Changes in Amounts of Comprehensive Program Awards
Fiscal  Years 1973, 1977, 1983, 1984

1973

1977

1983

1984

Average Award                              $92,500            $72,500             $63,900           $72,550

Maximum Award                            $375,000          $188,616            $166,000         $134,955

Percent of Awards                             31                     19                       8                    14
Greater than $100,000

($) Award Amounta

$220-

200-

180-

160-

140-

120-

100-

80-

60-

40-

20-

0-

380,000
220,000
200,000
180,000
160,000
140,000
120,000
100,000
80,000

  60,000

  40,000

   20,000

1973

10
5
3
2
6
3
6
7
9

42
8
2

Percent of Total by Year
1977                   1983                 1984

TOTAL:

Note

2
1
0
2
5

15
22
23
17
4

91

1

1

1

5

21
26
24
16

4

ggb

3
11
33
18
23
11

2

a.  Figures   are   in   current   dollars   and   are   not   adjusted   for   inflation.

b.  Totals do not add to 100% due to rounding.

Source:    See E.I below

Special Program Initiatives: The Fund has implemented two new dissemination
and management efforts.

More than 40 past and current grantees that use the computer to improve
postsecondary education have agreed to reflect on their experiences and
inform educators nationally about the opportunities they have found, the
products they have produced, and the problems they have not been able to
solve. Each participant is taking responsibility for reporting to a
particular constituency, on behalf of the whole group. The group will
also stimulate evaluation of these projects, by the members of the group
and through subsequent projects. The participate will meet face-to-face
and, via a continuous computer teleconference.                                                       15